7 Little Actions That People Value Most In A Relationship, According To A New Survey

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What makes a happy relationship? There's really no clear answer because everyone has their own priorities. Still, it can be interesting to get some insight into what makes other couples happy, especially over the long term. And that's exactly what a survey of 972 American and European adults from Superdrug, the online doctor, aimed to find out.

The bad news is that almost one in four said that they were unsatisfied or "middling" when it came to their relationships, rather than satisfied. But on the other hand, that means the vast majority said they were satisfied with their relationship. But was making them happy? Well, the survey shows that, when it comes to finding someone who's going to make you happy in the long run, it's really the little things make a big difference.

"You need to look for the random acts of consideration and kindness," psychologist Nikki Martinez tells Bustle. "These are the things that will make you last. For example, my toilet paper and paper towels have been magically refilled since a month into dating my husband." That's the dream.

What kept a couple happy? This survey broke down the little things that brought the most value into a relationship. And, you'll be happy to know that two of the top five little things that make people value in a relationship were, well, food-based. Here's what the Superdrug survey found.